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History and Heritage

Buildings - Natatorium

Natatorium in the past

An art deco structure. At the time of its 1930 construction, the Natatorium was not only considered to be the largest public pool outside of Québec, but was the first of its kind. It can host 1,150 bathers at once. Since summer 2005, a heated wading pool has been installed to accommodate up to 250 children.

Natatorium today

6500 boulevard LaSalle
(514) 765-7230

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